Optus Jumpstart Sun Creature Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Optus “Jumpstart” by Sun Creature Studio

Danish animation studio Sun Creature and Sydney agency Bear Meets Eagle on Fire deliver all sorts of feel-good in this swift and ambitious animated film for Australian telecom Optus. [Read more]

La Table short film by Eugene Boitsov | STASH MAGAZINE

Obsessed with Perfection, Tools, and “La Table”

Most of us in the design trade harbor obsessions of some flavor – say, your latest pet project, or muse, or regular software updates. That’s why I’m certain you’re going to appreciate Eugene Boitsov’s awesome animated short film called “La Table.” [Read more]

Bad Better Best short film by Handymartian Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

“Bad Better Best” COVID-19 Advice from Handymartian

Animator, illustrator, and musician Andy Martin at Handymartian Studio in London: “[This is] A public information film about social distancing and self-isolation to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. [Read more]

How Does Animation Work? by Tyler Pacana | STASH MAGAZINE

Answering the Question “How Does Animation Work?”

Animated explanations of animation tend to be either condescending or boring. Sheridan College student Tyler Pacana avoids both in this accomplished and entertaining film made with traditional, 2D-rigged, stop-motion, and CG techniques. [Read more]

Amazon Hunters - The Princess & the Green Knight | STASH MAGAZINE

Animated Allegory for “Hunters” Amazon Series by Sun Creature and Psyop

From Sun Creature Studio: “‘The Princess & the Green Knight’ is a fantastical animation sequence appearing in episode 7 (‘Shalom Motherf***er’) of Amazon’s original series Hunters. “In a flashback sequence, Ruth reveals her history in the Auschwitz camp during the Second World War to her grandson Jonah. The story is told in the context of […] [Read more]

Film Crew in Quarantine by Robertas Nevecka | STASH MAGAZINE

“Film Crew in Quarantine” Short Film by Robertas Nevecka

Director/animator Robertas Nevecka in Vilnius, Lithuania: “The curious routines of film set people killing time in quarantine. Based on daily film set illustrations.” [Read more]